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To empower better heart care, Philips provides innovative cardiology solutions at each point in a patient’s journey and connects them across the care pathway.​

Balancing quality of care with efficiency improvement is essential in cardiology care.


Cardiovascular disease has become the number one challenge globally, resulting in almost half of all deaths and the cost associated with cardiovascular diseases is rising exponentially.¹  This results in even more pressure on the already highly strained healthcare teams to help deliver high quality cardiac care, faster and more cost effectively. We offer a portfolio of impactful, innovative solutions throughout the cardiac care continuum that integrates imaging, devices, informatics and service to help deliver results now, while positioning you for future success.

Innovative cardiology solutions at each point in a patient’s journey


Cardiac care is a series of defining moments driven by decisions. These influence the patient's journey and the sooner a condition is detected, the greater the influence on the quality of the treatment and follow-up care. Achieving a confident diagnosis takes clinically smart diagnostic solutions, streamlined workflows, and actionable insights to efficiently enable data-driven cardiac care at each defining moment.


Optimal cardiac care begins by helping direct patients to the most appropriate care setting and least invasive treatment, keep them in the hospital just as long as they need to be, and invest in their continued care and wellbeing after a procedure. To get there, providers need data that span the patient’s full history, and integrates seamlessly with cutting-edge technologies and devices that can improve diagnosis, treatment and recovery at every step.

Post-acute care

The general care floor encompasses a wide range of patients with varying conditions and needs. Sicker patients, unexpected clinical deterioration and lower nurse-to-patient ratios means your staff's job is increasingly more difficult. We work with you to identify solutions to help in identifying potential patient deteriorations and tailor them to your organization’s needs and goals.

At home

Philips home telehealth programs provide you with the technology, tools and support you need to deliver effective patient care across a range of conditions and acuity levels. Our programs for complex care, chronic disease management and readmission management help you meet clinical and business needs, while improving outcomes.

Emergency care

Philips Emergency Care and Resuscitation systems help you respond to emergencies quickly and effectively wherever they occur. We offer a wide range of innovative, evidence-based emergency care and resuscitation solutions. We support you with clinical training, services, accessories and programs to help give those you treat the best chance of returning to an active, normal life.

Clinical demands are getting more specific, so are we.


To address the very specific challenges, complexities and needs of some disease areas, we have created tailored solutions. A flexible portfolio of integrated technologies, devices and services designed to improve.

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Clinical efficiency in coronary artery disease (CAD)

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Procedural confidence and efficiency in structural heart disease (SHD)

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Benefits we strive for


We uniquely integrate imaging, devices, software, informatics and services at each point in a cardiac patient’s journey to help you deliver results now— while positioning you for future success.

Our solutions strengthen clinical confidence…

with robust insights and advanced technologies that allow you to provide the right care at the right time, to help improve outcomes for even your most complex cases.


Our solutions build efficiency throughout the patient care pathway…

by streamlining communication between devices and systems, helping you to optimize the use of resources and lower the cost of care.


Our solutions improve cardiac care experiences...

with user-friendly tools and streamlined workflows, relieving the pain points of staff while increasing patient comfort.

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1. European Cardiovascular Disease Statistics 2017

2. RTI International for the American Heart Association. Projections of Cardiovascular Disease Prevalence and Costs: 2015–2035.

3. Patel, et al. Am Heart J 2014;167:846-852.e2

4. 2017 ACC/AHA/HFSA guideline for the management of heart failure. Circulation 2017; 136:e137-e161

5. Medscape Cardiologist Compensation Report 2019

6. Call to Action: Urgent Challenges in Cardiovascular Disease A Presidential Advisory From the American Heart Association

7. Cardiovascular Leaders Survey: Vision on Innovation & IT 2020 by Cardiovascular Business Sponsored by Philips.

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